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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 2060 (The Passion Play)

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Posted on:6/11/04 8:28 PM
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Mandolin82 said...
What an effective costume. Thanks for the review!
6/11/04 8:57 PM
Lisa Laree said...
I think the soldier costumes are the most difficult to make believable; I've tried telling our directors we need to rent those, but they got put on our 'to make' list none the less. Fortunately (from my point of view, anyway), that task went to one of the other seamstresses. You did a good job with very little time. Re velcro: I've never had any luck with the sticky stuff, either. It doesn't stick, but it gums up any sewing needles and the backing on it is excruciatingly stiff. I think the regular sew on velcro is much easier to work comes in varieties that are quite soft and pliable. I have costumes that I made for a church play 20 years ago that I still pull out of the attic and use every spring! Amazing how long lived costumes can be....
6/11/04 9:15 PM
Oopsy-Daisy! said...
6/11/04 9:42 PM
AnneM said...
Too cute ("wardrobe builder"). I always sew on velcro also,although I use a leather needle to do so (when not using the softer stuff). I really like that black belt on one of the costumes; I think it adds a lot.
6/12/04 3:58 PM
SandraB said...
Very, very impressive.
6/12/04 8:18 PM
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